Riddlez Interactive Bringing New Plymouth Airport to MSFS

Scenery developer Riddlez Interactive is back hard at work on a brand new scenery development for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Although New Plymouth (NZNP) was announced over a year ago, the team has been awfully quiet since. However, that has now changed with an array of new previews of the scenery in the simulator.

Very little information on the product has been given at this time, but from the screenshots, we can see there will be plenty of details for the product. This includes detailed interior modelling, airport clutter and more.

New Plymouth Airport serves New Zealand’s North Island and sits near the dormant Volcano Mt Taranaki. The runway runs parallel to the sea and often sees pilots landing at the airport in a challenging cross-wind.

In other news, Riddlez Interactive is also working on Bellingham Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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